Lorde, Skrillex, Rick Astley, and other Australian artists create the ultimate mashup
Rick's never gonna give us up.
On Dec 19, 2014 by Tom Harrington
How remix culture lives and dies on SoundCloud
Bootleg remixes infringe copyright—so why are so many of them never taken down?
On Aug 28, 2014 by Andy Hermann
Is “Royals” YouTube’s new “Somebody That I Used to Know”?
This might be the beginning of the end for the hugely popular single from 16-year-old New Zealander Lorde.
On Aug 12, 2013 by Joey Cosco
Dotted Lines: Somebody that Gollum used to know
Gollum turns “Somebody That I Used to Know” into a song about the preciousssss.
On Mar 14, 2013 by Jay Hathaway
Treat me like a stranger: An interview with Gotye
The Australian pop sensation talks to the Daily Dot about losing control of his own song and breaking through the glass ceiling of YouTube.
On Oct 12, 2012 by Austin Powell
The only Gotye parody you’ll ever need
The Australian songwriter compiled a mashup of YouTube covers of his own blockbuster track this weekend.
On Aug 13, 2012 by Chase Hoffberger
YouTube right now! Barack Obama sings One Direction
If you loved the president's renditions of Justin Bieber and Carly Rae Jepsen, you'll love this.
On Jul 23, 2012 by Michelle Jaworski
Dotted Lines: “Do Not Push”
Pomplamoose mashes up the two most infectious songs of the summer. Please forgive us for the earworm.
On Jul 18, 2012 by Jay Hathaway
Dotted Lines: “That Gotye Song”
Just admit it: You know every word to "Somebody That I Used To Know."
On Jul 12, 2012 by Jay Hathaway
Dotted Lines: Fake Tumblr slang and the best Gotye parody ever
Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know" still has some life left in it, thanks to a fantastic Star Wars-themed spoof.
On Jun 28, 2012 by Jay Hathaway
Goyte’s “Somebody That I Used to Know” in rage faces
Goyte's ubiquitous ballad gets a makeover via a Vietnamese student and rage faces.
On Jun 12, 2012 by Kevin Morris
Miss Manning? Even if you don’t, this parody’s for you
This is what sports parodies of alternative-pop crossover hits are meant to be.
On May 31, 2012 by Kevin Collier